Wolves chairman Steve Morgan has started his search to find sacked manager Mick McCarthy's successor and admits Alan Curbishley possesses the kind of qualities he is looking for.

Former Charlton and West Ham manager Curbishley has already intimated he would be interested in replacing McCarthy, who was sacked on Monday, if he receives the call from Morgan. But Press Association Sport understands former Sunderland boss Steve Bruce would also be interested, while ex-QPR manager Neil Warnock has also been linked with the role.

Morgan, who returns from a skiing holiday on Wednesday, said: "Now that Mick is no longer with the club, we will be having conversations with people in the coming days. We have to see who's available and who is the right fit for the club, somebody whose personality suits Wolverhampton Wanderers."

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